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Save Your Tooth and Relieve Your Pain

Save Your Tooth and Relieve Your Pain

When it comes to the health of your smile, you have two options. 1. Take preventative measures to protect your smile by flossing daily, brushing at least twice a day, and keeping regular dental appointments. 2. Seek evaluation and treatment whenever any type of issue arises with your oral health.

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Drink Your Smile Healthy

Drink Your Smile Healthy

Drinking more water is the single best thing you can do for your health. Whether your glass is half-empty or half-full, drinking water is always good for you. Our bodies are made up of 60% water, so staying adequately hydrated is crucial to your overall health. Yet, there are specific benefits that water provides to your smile to keep it healthy and beautiful.

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Why Grinding Your Teeth is No Small Matter

Why Grinding Your Teeth is No Small Matter

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a condition that can severely impact your oral health. The American Sleep Association estimates that 10 percent of all people suffer from bruxism. This involuntary condition can be triggered by several factors, including stress, anxiety, caffeine consumption, family history, and the misalignment of the teeth.

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Is Your Smile Holiday Ready?

Is Your Smile Holiday Ready?

As 2020 draws to an end, the holiday season is picking up. Even with COVID looming, people are still finding ways to gather with close friends and family members to celebrate time together. Maybe more than ever before, you want to look your best for those you haven’t been able to see and gather with for months now. One of the best ways to improve your entire appearance is to make your smile sparkle. Many affordable options can completely transform your smile into one that you are proud to show off this holiday season.

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Get Your Child Off to a Good Start

Get Your Child Off to a Good Start

So much in life is about preventing unwanted occurrences from happening. You put your child in a safe car seat to prevent severe injury in a car accident. You put sunscreen on your skin to prevent sunburn and skin cancer. You floss and brush your teeth to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

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Mask Mouth – What Can You Do About It?

Mask Mouth – What Can You Do About It?

There are many things we never thought we would have to deal with in this lifetime, and then 2020 happened. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world on its side, creating panic and difficulties for most Americans. Regardless of how you feel about wearing a mask, you have most likely had to wear one this year. While mask-wearing may be required in many places, it is essential that you understand how wearing a mask can contribute to unwanted and severe oral health issues.

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Correct Your Smile with Cosmetic Bonding

Correct Your Smile with Cosmetic Bonding

Do you have an imperfection in your smile that you wish you could change? Do you think that repairing your smile would cost too much money and that only the “rich and famous” get to have a perfect smile? Well, at Peninsula Dentistry, we are here to let you in on some good news: You can achieve the smile you want!

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Help Me Choose a Mouthwash!

Help Me Choose a Mouthwash!

Most dentists will recommend that patients chose an alcohol-free mouthwash option. Alcohol is a very powerful substance, and it can threaten your oral health. Yet, many people still opt to use mouthwash on occasion – especially following an odorous Italian meal full of garlic and onions! Mouthwash can definitely help freshen breath, and it is also a great way to flush out bacteria inside the mouth to prevent cavities and decay.

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Dental Care For Kids

Dental Care For Kids

As a parent, you have more responsibilities for your children than you probably knew that you signed up for. It is so fun to find out the gender of your baby, plan a nursery, and choose a name – but the list of responsibilities adds up throughout the years of parenthood. Dental care is one area that most parents never think about before their child is born. Most parents don’t even think about it under their children begin to lose their first baby teeth. However, dental care should start early to promote optimal oral health for life.

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